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What are interactions between living things in the tropical rainforest?

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    They obviously can interact with the rainforest because that is the only way they would be able to survive. Without the trees the living things and the other animals living in the forest would starve.

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    So like what are some examples because I was confused and my teacher said it had something to do with Mutualism and Parasitism.

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